We can't stress enough the importance of a college campus visit. Our students tell us that the reason why they chose DelVal was when they visited campus they felt like this was the right fit. Come see our vibrant campus for yourself.

Located in picturesque Doylestown, Pennsylvania, the DelVal campus boasts more than 500 acres of beautifully maintained land that serves as a real-life, open-air classroom for many of our degree programs.

We invite you to spend time exploring our 60-acre arboretum, touring our facilities, and learning more about our academic offerings, student life and athletic options.


Please allow 48 business hours so that we can accommodate your visit request. The below options are for students seeking full time undergraduate admission.

Ways to Visit: 

  • Virtual Video Tour
  • Individual Weekday Visit Days
    Plan an individual weekday visit to DelVal that will include a tour of campus led by a student Rambassador and an informational meeting with an Admission Counselor​
  • Spotlight Day for the School of Life and Physical Sciences - Saturday, December 2nd  Academic Departments Include: Biology (including specializations in botany, ecology/environmental biology, microbiology and biotechnology, pre-professional biology, zoology), Chemistry, Conservation and Wildlife Management, Small Animal Science, Zoo Science
  • Transfer Tuesday- A visit tailored to students interested in transferring to DelVal as a full time undergraduate student, Tuesday, December 5th
  • Saturday Group Visit Days Fall 2017 - Spend a Saturday morning on campus and find out all that DelVal has to offer
  • Virtual Tour - Get a look at DelVal from your own home 

discover doylestown

Be sure to check out Doylestown during your visit. This historic borough is located less than 1 mile north of our campus. From museums to shopping, antique shops to great eateries, dog parks to movie theaters, Doylestown has so much to offer DelVal students and their visiting families.  Pick up a borough map from the Admission bookcase in the Life Sciences Building.